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Mr. Frank Carbon

Regional Governor

Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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Biz leader: Robbery-killing a serious matter | Sun.Star

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Frank Carbon, chief executive officer of Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI), on Tuesday said the business sector is worried over the "well-planned" crime perpetrated by a seemingly notorious suspect who carted away a substantial amount of P1 million.

Carbon added that it is alarming for businessmen that a lone assailant can claim two lives and injure three others.
"The police in the city, province as well as in the region should take it as a serious matter and act immediately," he said.
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Carbon, the regional governor of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Western Visayas and Negros Island Region, said the police should go out and tighten visibility measures especially during these holidays.
He also pointed out that about 40 percent of the businesses in Bacolod are operating at night thus, there is a need for the police to reactivate their crime mapping operations to provide necessary forces in critical areas.
"We will set a meeting with the city, provincial, and regional police to discuss security-related concerns," Carbon said, reiterating that the business sector is willing to provide any assistance to improve police operations.
He also advised business establishments to hire additional security guards and to install closed-circuit television cameras that are functioning all the time.


Militants may reconsider alliance with Duterte | Sun.Star

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For his part, Frank Carbon, regional governor of Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Western Visayas and Negros Island Region, said "the Marcoses and the SC had drawn the line that again divided the Filipinos."


Anti-American stance won't affect BPOs -- Chamber prexy | Sun.Star

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Frank Carbon, president of Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Negros Island Region, said that in fact, the BPOs, most operated by American companies will grow more in the country.

He made the observation on fears that US-based call centers may close shop in the country because of Duterte's anti-US sentiment.
Carbon pointed out that several local businessmen are constructing more buildings to accommodate more call centers coming to the country.
"Labor is cheaper in the Philippines," he added.
He further said that BPOs operating in the country are labor compliant and in fact, giving more than the minimum wage.
One thing, is the job opportunity in the BPOs, he added.
"Professionals no matter what course or degree they have or even high school graduates as long as they are fluent in English they can land jobs in call centers," Carbon said.
He also said that even the provincial government's Negros First Cyber Centre is now positioning to become an information technology park.
"Aside from regularization of their employees or agents, BPOs are also giving separation benefits to their regular employees who would quit from their jobs,"
Carbon pointed out.
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Frank Carbon Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry


NIR Technical Working Group launches info campaign | Sun.Star

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The position paper was signed unanimously by Edward Du, president of Negros Oriental Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Roberto Montelibano, president of Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Frank Carbon, regional governor of Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Western Visayas and NIR; and Paul Luis Azcona, president of Kabankalan Chamber of Commerce and Industry.


Bizmen to bring up water, power issues | Sun.Star

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Frank Carbon, chair of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Negros Island Region, said they want to discuss the water supply problem since almost about half of the consumers in the city do not have water connections with Bacolod City Water District.

Carbon also said that power supply is a problem especially with the constant brownouts in the province.

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